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, that stock's going down. of course they own a big chunk of the borgata in new york city. another miss here for avon products, that stock opening down as well. jim, i just want to let you know that the ceo here, telling me earlier that he believes power may be restored down here or in this immediate area, by tomorrow. if that's true, they could talk off the backup generators although those backup generators have been -- >> the whole way, this place is operating, it was operating before. it was kind of like the walking dead when you came down here a couple of days ago, you felt like the walkers were around but the new york stock exchange. >> i know everybody's talking about china and i bumped into ira harris and what many find amazing is the expectations of their pmi, the one that was bumped at their market h was spot on. they guessed it at 50.2. itch question look at our data this morning, atd it's a bit confusing, i'm looking at the methodology, the revision, but it really takes away some of the thunder, but if you look at a 30-year intraday. you can look at the 8:15 eastern data was relea
" adding to pressure on the stock. "the new york times" reporting that san francisco city attorney dennis herera sent monster beverage a letter saying you need to substantiate your claims that drinking large amounts of monster are indeed safe. he also asked them for evidence to back up their slogan can never get too much of a good thing. m monster has been under pressure. it's been linked to potential deaths of kids who have drank too much of the stuff. monster denies that obviously. still a new story in "the new york times" today about the san francisco city attorney adding pressu pressure on mnst. >> it should be drink monster responsibly or something. >> reporter: i think it's like alcohol -- i don't want to give an opinion on this. the san francisco city attorney is saying, hey, you have a claim that you can drink as much as you want and it's safe, prove it. that's it. >>> the euro hitting a three-week low. will the trend it continue with the election on tuesday? we get to our money in motion segment. camilla sutton joins us from deutsche bank. will the dollar strengthen or be weaker
being held. the food bank for new york city so obviously two groups very involved with helping our men and women in services as well as recovery from hurricane sandy. all right. a big week, jim. holding steady here. >> a major rollover. i heard that talk more than i heard in some time. >> you talk about big macro risk on, risk off plays. dollar index above 200 for the first time since september 7th. this notion, jim, that if governor romney wins that the fed serves and bernanke leaves early. do you believe any of that? fed policy pivots around who wins? >> we go back to a tighter money situation. i think that whether you like it or not, there's a lot of people that feel that's good for everything. i think what is such an interesting moment is i always come back to individual stocks. we talk about retail. we talked about housing. these have made major comebacks and those stocks are either at or well exceeded where they were before it began. i think that's a factor of bernanke more than a factor of obama. >> a lot of people said the fed will have to be more clear how they respond to bett
stocking stuffers. a look at apple's flagship store in new york city. it looks like an average day, right? stick around for more on the ho hottest gadgets for holidays and bulls rule near the holiday season in 2011. can we expect another santa claus rally this year? more "squawk on the street" more "squawk on the street" coming right back. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. monarch of marketing analysis. with the ability to improve roi through seo all by cob. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. i'm going b-i-g. [ male announcer ] good choice business pro. good choice. go national. go like a pro. [ male announcer ] good choice business pro. good choice. you know it can be hard to lbreathe, and how that feels.e, copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does bo
faber has an exclusive interview with ceo randall stephenson live from new york city. futures look weak down 1/14. "squawk on the street" live from post nine is back in a minute. i was in the ambulance and i was told to call my next of kin. at 33 years old, i was having a heart attack. now i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. i didn't know this could happen so young. take control, talk to your doctor. ♪ welcome to the world leader in derivatives. welcome to superderivatives. >>> president obama enjoying an election victory. phil lebeau joins us from mccormick place in chicago where the speech took place talking about the mood there today and the hard work begins again. >> reporter: it will be interesting to see over the next couple of weeks besides the fiscal cliff what else do we hear from the obama administration in terms of priorities for the second term? as you mentioned, it was just a few hours ago that the president came out and gave his victory speech and even though he did not win all of the swin
culminating around 7:00 in the evening from new york city eastward to cape cod. now, what's really important to note is this shifts just a little bit west. i'm talking only 25 miles. we could deal with some serious beach erosion, coastal flooding and of course strong winds gusting as high as 60 miles an hour in the exact same spots that got battered already by sandy and then if you take a look now at wednesday night, you'll see another factor. we could briefly even see a mix or change to snow in the suburbs of the new york area and beyond into the mountains as the storm is at its full power. we have lots to watch with this storm. we'll be doing so every step of the way as it unfolds. >> all right. thank you so much. todd gross back at headquarters. con edison restoring power to more than 800,000 customers hit by sandy. as they work to restore power for the remaining 100,000 they are keeping a close watch on that storm obviously. mike joins us on the phone. a spokesperson for con ed. >> good to be here. how are you? >> great. you guys restore service to 87% of your customers and this thing co
, certainly, new york city is well known as being an e-based company. >> that's an easy one to answer. the reason that we've made this shift from selling e cards to selling actually paper cards, high-quality paper stationary is that our users over the past three years have asked us again and again, they said, you know, i'm sending these ecards for my wedding, for my kids' bar mitzvah, for my 50th anniversary, and i love them, but i have a need for some in paper, or i have a need for all -- you know, i want paper to supplement the product you're already selling me. >> was this always part of the plan, alexa? >> know, it wasn't, although i will say that everything that we've done, we've talked about for at least three years before that. sometime sometimes less. but when we first went out and raised money, we did talk to a bunch of people who said, by the way, if you really want to make this a very big company, that's probably what you're going to end up doing. and we weren't close to that, but it was very hard to imagine that at that time. but the reason why it makes sense is because it
york city for starbucks? i think the answer is he's got a good story. >> provocative point of view. apple getting approval for iphone 5 in china. a piece in the journal today suggests they waited too long because android now has a really big share of phones that sell for 400 bucks or more. >> they needed clearance from chinese regulators. you can't just go into china and unload a bunch of iphones. you need clearance for it. the share did go down by 10% because people had to wait. >> the chinese government had been definitely a stumbling block there and people are very excited about it. they really like android over there. i defaulted to david from "the new york times" as saying there are 275,000 apps for apple. one of the develop storingie ii looking at is chinese products to california to the rest of the country and there's a lot of ports being shot. >> national retail federation said that a lot of product for the holiday season is already in the stores. so maybe it won't be a huge impact and maybe that product can be routed to other ports to mexico and then trucked up. maybe it's
of the energy sector seeing some momentum, it's gasoline futures. today gasoline rationing has hit new york city. mayor bloomberg putting that into effect. can you only fill up on every other day based on your license plate number so that's something traders are talking about as well because many traders here on this floor are affected by that. we're also looking at gold prices at a tree-week high. it may not be a good thing because it's a safe haven bid. tradesers worried about the fiscal cliff. also thinking maybe we'll see more accommodative policy, another reason to bid up gold. we're seeing new buyers coming into the gold market. they're also looking at activity in the gold etfs which have been strong. looking at gold prices perhaps making that march back to the 1800 level. back to you. >> thank you, sharon epperson. jcpenney is at a crossroads, big earnings miss, two weeks before black friday. is time running out for ceo ron johnson? diageo, paul walsh, expanding their presence in india. early movers on wall street, igt up 4.5%. >>> take a look at the dow heat map. disney leading laggard d
york city. andy, good to see you. we're talking euro/u.s. dollar here. there's obviously two sides. there's hope of a greek deal and there's hope of an aversion to the fiscal cliff. how does this tip in your view? >> i think there's a lot of what we call in chicago a lot of hopium out there. hope for avoiding the fiscal cliff, hope for peace in the middle east and you can toss in hope for cure for cancer. the market has been rallying on this over the last 24 to 48 hours. to me i don't like what's going on overall and i think we'll see maybe just a little bit more risk on over the next maybe 24 hours. i want to take an opportunity to sell that risk at that point. >> all right. what levels are we talking about? we're talking about selling euro/u.s. dollar i presume and you're waiting for euro to go higher. >> we're just trading below my entry point. i want to sell at 128.25. tight stop at 128.75. i look for a decent size move back down to 125.75. my whole thought on this is that the debt negotiations and the cliff negotiations in the united states have not even really started. we had
want to know what happened to those $70 billion wa worth of bearer bonds in new york city. there's part of this sandy storm that we haven't heard anything about, there were vaults that were soaked that hold a lot of money. that are very, very wet. >> for the outfit that got hurt entry.ou did have to put in an >> not to mention a lot of law firms and things that were down here as well, had a lot of documents, old documents that were downstairs. >> we're still really figuring out what the impact of sandy was. >> a terrific article about stockton today, housing shortages happening in very strange areas, that was in bloomberg.com. the claims are still okay. they're not terrible. gdp was not bad. that's why again, if you settle the fiscal cliff, right now there's a combination of trying to pick up the pieces, which turn out to be harder and a sense of, well, wait a second, if you're a big company, why hire now if i'm going to have to fire later because of the cliff. >> in the premarket session, shares of tiffany taking a hit. the luxury goods taking a hit at 49 cents a share. also lowing it'
. popular thanksgiving destinations, they are all seeing higher fares. if you're going to new york, which a lot of people do because of the macy's thanksgiving day parade, other festivities, you'll see higher fares for some of those cities. airfares for christmas are already trending higher acordsing to orbitz. if we look at the airline stocks, which are doing better as jet fuel cooled off. take a look at busiest airport, o'hare, not surprising, followed by l.a.x., san francisco, laguardia, boston. the traditional destinations, they always get the most business on thanksgiving. that's why, for those who are looking for that last-minute getaway, yes, there are still people looking right now to get away on friday for the weekend, vegas. they got rooms going for $96, guys, because not many people associate thanksgiving and vegas together, therefore package deals are going very, very low this year. back to you, melissa. >> turkey and elvis is a good combination. >> we're on our way. >> sounds like phil has his ticket, the way he's talking. >> somebody will be on a parking garage roof by the e
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